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You can’t try to blend in when you were born to stand out

WONDER – Drama/Family (2017) – Rated PG

Born with facial differences that, up until now, have prevented him from going to a mainstream school, August Pullman becomes the most unlikely of heroes when he enters the local fifth grade.  As his family, his new classmates and the wider community all struggle with issues of compassion and acceptance, Auggie’s extraordinary journey will unite them all and prove that you can’t blend in when you were born to stand out.  While the story explores many emotionally powerful themes, in addition to the more moving scenes, this film is funny, entertaining and inspiring – it is a pleasure to be in Auggie’s often hilarious and remarkably resilient company.  Wonder shows us what life is like for Auggie; inside he doesn’t feel different and yet, every day, he has to face a world that all too often isn’t able to face him.

Wonder features many perceptive and thought-provoking scenes – moments that play perfectly across age groups and explore how we are all different, how we all have challenges in our lives and, above all, how we should all choose to be kind and compassionate.  Choose kind.  This is the lesson that lies at the heart of Wonder – and, young or old, it is an important message that we all need to hear.  From 500 Days of Film – Jane Douglas-Jones

With:          Jacob Tremblay, Julia Roberts, Owen Wilson & Izabela Vidovic

When:        7pm Tuesday 13th March 2018 – Rated PG

Where:       TCH (Triabunna Community Hall) 3 Vicary St., Triabunna

Times:        Doors open @ 6.30pm Film Starts @ 7pm

                   (Session finishes approx. 9.30pm)

Cost:           All tickets are only $5.00 each

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